You can submit your nature/wildlife photography from a flickr account and if chosen you could be in their magazine
If you haven’t seen the work Nathan Wyburn does, you should check him out. He has an interesting take on jam on toast!
I love bubble photographs. It makes me want to go play with bubbles (:
INVITE YOUR FRIENDS! This event is hosted by the WWU Society for Photographic Education as a fundraiser to help us get to the SPE National Conference in Chicago!
Here is a cool place that you can submit your photographs to national geographic. they choose the top 12 photographs each week that appears on the website and a selection of them get published in the next month’s magazine issue
I would check this guy out if you have a second! very cool photography!
In just the first sentence of this section I am instantly brought back to high school, where my video production teacher will ALWAYS sit through the entire credits to show courtesy to the people who created the film. I enjoyed looking at and reading the different techniques that you can do in Photoshop, and how it relates to darkroom techniques. It will be nice to become more familiar with the many options with Photoshop.